Edwardian Coffee Stall and Teashop
|Caption||Edwardian Coffee Stall and Teashop. Coffee stalls could be found in many towns. They were a boon to cab drivers and other who happened to be out late. In contrast were the teashops where food was served at marble-topped tables with an air of gentility. Original artwork for illustrations on p32 of Look and Learn issue no 713 (13 September 1975). Lent to Look and Learn for scanning by The Gallery of Illustration.|
|Copyright notice||© Look and Learn|
|Keywords||Edwardian coffee stall tea shop gentility England food drink tea cup mirrors marble OXO coffee pot|
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